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Human Centric Lighting

          Human Being at the Centre
          Light is not only for visual orientation. Light takes emotional
          and biological effect. Certain wavelengths contained in
          light in fluence the ability to concentrate and perform, the
          hor mone- controlled wake/sleep cycle and general well-being.

          Human Centric Lighting
         Wherever there is a lack of natural light – in offices, industry,
          educational institutions, health and care centres, shops, ho tels
          and restaurants – the complete spectrum of the day light cycle
          can be emulated individually by means of different co lour
          temperatures and luminous intensities.

         Advantages of Dynamic Lighting:

         •  Increased well-being
         •  Enhanced ability to perform and concentrate

         •  Improved orientation
         •  Energy savings

         •  Adjustment to individual needs
         •  Flexible design of rooms and workplaces

         White daylight lighting has an activating effect. Warm white
          light has a relaxing effect. The aim of the Human Centric
          Lighting technology is to support the natural circadian rhythm
          of human beings.

         Tunable White
         This type of lighting is achieved using Tunable White high-
          power LEDs. They make it possible to dynamically adjust the
          colour temperature of white light. Lighting can be perfectly
          tuned to the object to be highlighted or to the desired mood
          by setting the colour temperature.

          Synchronous Lighting with Light Under Control
         Whenever your application of Human Centric Lighting aims
          at achieving a perfectly synchronous light temperature of
          sev er al luminaires or dynamically tunable colour tem per  a tures,
          Light Under Control (LUC) provides a suitable lighting control
          so   lu  tion. For more information about lighting control, refer
          to pages 282–289.
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